Product Code: ZS005
Weight: 12 g
Dimensions: 30 x 30 x 3 mm
Availability: Made to order
$59.00

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Jewelry and other accessories are 100% handmade. It’s not a mass products. Usually we need 5-7 working days to make perfect pendant, chain or ring with size you need. Sometimes it may take a little more time, but usually this is due only to the fact that we want to make the perfect item for you! Every ring, pendant, chain or bracelet from our store is made by order and crafted with great passion to details.


  • Worldwide shipping available!

All parcels comes to your address or your local post office (it depends on the rules of your local post office). By default, all packages must be delivered directly to customer, but if at the time of delivery you were not at home, then you have to pick up the parcel from your local post office.


  • Shipping terms

shipping to United States and Canada usually takes 14 - 20 days

shipping to United Kingdom and European Union usually takes 7 - 10 days

shipping to Australia and New Zealand usually takes 3 - 4 weeks

shipping to all other countries up to 3 - 4 weeks


Stay informed that sometimes there could be some postal delays during local holidays and sometimes parcels arrives even faster.


  • Careful packaging

All parcels have several stages of packing. The first is a branded box, and the second is a bubble envelope. It means that you don’t need to worry about safety of ring or pendant you’ve ordered!


  • Branded box + Bonus CD

All parcels comes with bonus CD full of really cool Scandinavian folk songs so you can enjoy Viking culture at home or in your car!


  • Registered mail + Tracking number

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Mask from Gnezdovo Sterling Silver Pendant Viking Amulet

  • Unique handmade pendant
  • Made-to-order (you'll get the pendant which is made individually)
  • Branded box
  • Bonus CD full of Scandinavian folk songs
  • Free 700 mm cord
  • Worldwide shipping + Tracking number
  • Careful packaging


  • Metal: 925 silver, sterling silver
  • Weight: approx. 12 g
  • Size: 30 x 30 x 3 mm 
  • Hole size: 5 mm
  • One-sided pendant

Gnezdovo is an archeological site located near the village of Gnyozdovo in Smolensk Oblast, Russia. The site contains extensive remains of a Slavic-Varangian settlement that flourished in the 10th century as a major trade station on the trade route from the Varangians to the Greeks.

This mask from Gnezdovo is a great protecting charm used by Slavs. It is an exact representation of archaeological findings dug on the territory of Smolensk region in Russia. It is supposed that the mask was worn by peaceful people and by warriors to scare the enemies and to get protection from supreme forces in achieving of the goals no matter it was a victory in a battle or growing crops.

This mask is made from sterling silver but is also available a gold option. In Slavs culture the mask was often made from rough metals and bronze. We craft the item manually with great passion to details to produce exact representation of ancient protector for you. The mask comes with a durable cord (the cord can be different from the photo). 

The archaeological site comprises a "citadel" (gorodishche), formerly situated at the confluence of the Rivers Dnieper and Svinets, and a ring of ancient rural settlements (selitba) which occupy an area of 17.5 hectares, of which roughly 5,000 square metres (54,000 sq ft) had been excavated by the end of the 20th century. This makes the site one of the largest survivals of the Viking Age in Europe: only Hedeby covered a larger territory (24 hectares), with the sites of Birka (13 hectares), Dublin (12 hectares), Ribe (10 hectares), and Gdańsk (1 hectare) trailing behind. There are about 3,000 burial mounds arranged in eight clusters of kurgans. Of these, about 1,300 mounds have been explored by Russian and Soviet archaeologists, starting in 1874.

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